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Or maybe his mother is Maleficient because, why not.
I don’t think that’s possible. Regina mentioned Maleficent being about the same age as sleeping beauty was when she ruined Maleficent’s “happy ending.” Even if they were talking about Aurarra’s mother, like many think, it still wouldn’t make Male old enough to be Rumple’s mom.[adrotate group="5"]
First thing I have to say is that I love how under wraps this reveal was. As much as I love the whole Nealfire thing, it was a little dissipointing that by the time we got conformation there was more then one person in the fandom that just assumed it was right. This one really came from left field.
Second, I think it’s a bit early for us to start speculating on who Rumple’s mother is simply because we have almost nothing to work with. I would like, however, to see her be some sort of dark witch or something. One of the things that makes Henry so special is him having so much of both light and dark magic within him as both the product of at least one (probably two, but let’s not start shipping wars) generations of true love and the Dark One (might as well add Pan in the mix as well).
But the thing is that until I am told other wise I assume the laws of genetic inheritance still apply. Because Pan wasn’t Pan when Rumple was conseved then Rumple shouldn’t have that particular kind of magic (which he doesn’t). Because Rumple wasn’t the Dark One when Bae was conseved, Bae shouldn’t have access to that particular kind of magic (which he doesn’t). So then why does it matter if Henry is descended from them if he doesn’t have access to any ‘dark’ magic because of blood inhearentence? Now if Rumple’s mother was some sort of witch that would fix that, especially if it was a kind of magic that didn’t show up in every generation.
A lot of people has mentioned hating Pan especially given what he said to Rumple in 3×04. I found this really good discussion on tumbler that explores Pan’s mental state and how he could go from Malcolm (who was extremely selfish but did seem to care about rumple) to being someone like Pan (who was extremely cruel to Rumple and yet named himself after the boy’s doll).
Maybe I miss heard but when the shadow was talking to Malcom I could have sworn I heard him introduce himself as Zuso. And wasn’t that the name of the old dark one?May 14, 2013 at 2:06 am in reply to: STRAIGHT ON TIL MORNING / FAVORITE & LEAST FAVORITE MOMENTS #194077
I can see Belle becoming a bit more of a “Naughty librarian” type person. I think that, instead of trying to handle every situation with brains, she’ll be a bit more likely to straight up punch someone in the face now that she’s both.May 14, 2013 at 1:39 am in reply to: STRAIGHT ON TIL MORNING / FAVORITE & LEAST FAVORITE MOMENTS #194064
**This was the first episode that i cared about Hook as a character at all. I think they set him up to be a really cool character in the Crocodile but after that we didn’t see much depth to him. The interaction with Bae added so much depth to him.
**I liked Rumple finally taking a stand in regards to the Henry thing. I’m kind of worried though. This epiphany only came right after he found out Bae was dead. I really hope that he doesn’t flip flop again when he finds out that Neal isn’t dead. One session of the both him and Regina doing the moral impression of a fish was enough. They need to pick a side…at least for more than a few episodes at a time.
**Regina finally trying to do something right because it was the right thing and not just because she saw it as a way to get Henry back. See my little mini rant about Rumple above. I just really hope that they keep her on the good side, but don’t let her lose her edge. (if she’s no longer going to be the evil queen, can she be the sassy queen instead? 😎 )
**Belle getting her memories back. “I didn’t want to bring you back to die but i needed you.” Heartbreaking. But i do have a headcannon that the lives just merged so that she still has the Lacy side to explore when Rumple comes back.
**This Episode was the first one in a long time that was able to merge Plot with Character development rather seamlessly. Most of it after Manhattan seemed like they were trying to shove too many plot elements into too small a space at the cost of character moments and it was getting really tiring. Now I have hope that S3 will have learned from these issues.
**The one thing i didn’t like about the episode was the revelation that T&G didn’t know anything about the home office. It just made them look really dumb and I had bigger hopes for them. I think i can see what’s going to happen next. They are going to realize that the Home office is Neverland and their faith is going to be completely shattered, causing them to team up with the good guys. I think it would have been great if he saw a hint or two more about why they (especially Tamara) are so against magic. Greg i get and they wouldn’t have to show much…just one or two more clues.
WoodenFire? Sounds doomed.
I think the name is FireWood…sounds more painful then doomed. 😆
I agree with all that, but there’s something else that hasn’t been mentioned yet.
MM cares for August, obviously, but part of the reasion she was so insistant that August could find redemption was becasue she wanted to know it was possible for herself. Couldn’t that have been a bit of the reasion behind his reaction?
If Neal came to SB on his own, if he could face all his fears to find love, then maybe that meant August could face his and his failures to one day face his father again?
I like the idea that Neal is bewitched and It does seem possible that that’s how it’s going to play, BUT that still leaves one big question: IF she did cast a spell on him, how did she do it? It was heavily hinted in the epp that she couldn’t do magic and besides that There really wasn’t magic in the world until AFTER Emma broke the curse (which was after Neal and Tamara met).
any ideas?March 21, 2013 at 7:12 pm in reply to: If you could give the writers advice for next season… #181381
And I hope they will stop after that, and not let the show run indefinitely because it’s a cash cow. Nothing worse than a series slowly bleeding to death, I would rather see them stop on a high.
That’s one of the things I loved most about Avatar the last airbender, it was designed for three sessions and that’s when they quit even though it got super popular. Sure there was a spin off (which I haven’t seen yet) but it was its own thing. The original story was done with.
Supernatural on the other hand, has gone three seasons (and I think it’s been signed on for two more) past it’s original story. As much as I love the brothers, i the first five sessions were a coherent story and now it seems like it’s slipped back into the monster of the week thing. It’s cool and all, but it’s sad to know it will never be as good as it was in the end of S5.